Embassies

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of External Affairs is the government body responsible for conducting the country’s diplomacy and international relations. Sri Lanka’s foreign policy traditionally follows a non-aligned trajectory (Sri Lanka was a founding member of the Non-Aligned Movement), though it has a strong aspect of multilateral participation – especially at the United Nations where the country takes a pro-active role. Sri-Lanka also attaches great importance to strengthening relations with its neighbours through its role in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Good bilateral relations are also maintained with many countries around the world.

Embassies organisations in Sri Lanka
Argentina
Australia
Australia, Consulate of
Austria
Austria, Consulate of
Bangladesh
Belgium
Belgium, Consulate of
Bhutan, Consulate of
Brazil
Brazil, Consulate of
Canada
Canada, Consulate of
Chile
China
China, Embassy of
Cuba
Cuba, Embassy of
Cyprus, Consulate of
Czech Republic, Consulate of the
Denmark
Denmark, Consulate of
Egypt
Egypt, Embassy of
Fiji
Finland, Consulate of
France
Germany
Hong Kong
India
India, Consulate of
Indonesia
Indonesia, Embassy of
Iran
Iraq
Ireland, Consulate of
Israel
Italy
Italy, Embassy of
Jamaica
Japan
Japan, Embassy of
Kenya
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait, Embassy of
Madagascar, Consulate of
Malaysia
Malaysia, Consulate of
Malta, Consulate of
Myanmar, Embassy of
Nepal
Nepal, Embassy of
Netherlands
Netherlands, Embassy of the
New Zealand, Consulate of
Norway
Norway, Embassy of
Pakistan
Pakistan, Embassy of
Palestine, Embassy of
Philippines
Philippines, Consulate of the
Poland
Romania, Embassy of
Russia
Russia, Embassy of
Saudi Arabia, Embassy of
Seychelles
Singapore, Consulate of
South Africa
South Africa, Consulate of
Spain
Thailand
Thailand, Embassy of
Trinidad & Tobago
United Arab Emirates, Embassy of the
United Kingdom
United States - Washington
United States, Embassy of the